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The Great British Baking Show
The Great British Baking Show
Preview: Season 3 Masterclass: Part 1
Mary and Paul take on their own baking challenges from early in Season 3.
Preview: S3 | 30s
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What is a Classic Mille-Feuille?
The season's last technical challenge gives the bakers a last test of their pastry skills.
Clip: S3 | 1m 34s
Where are the Bakers Now?
Find out what the Season 3 bakers have been doing since filming the show.
Clip: S3 | 1m 41s
How to Make a Great Chocolate Soufflé
Mary Berry's chocolate soufflé recipe presents one of the most difficult challenges ever.
Clip: S3 | 1m 7s
The Secret to Making Mokatines
Mary tests the bakers with mokatines, a delicate French classic.
How to Make a Tennis Cake
Mary pushes the bakers to create a tennis cake, a late-19th century fruit cake.
Clip: S3 | 53s
Baking Bite: History of Denby Dale's Giant Pies
The town of Denby Dale celebrates the corn laws appeal in 1846 with record-setting pies.
Clip: S3 | 1m
How to Make Flaounes
Learn the secret behind flauones - a cheese filled pastry made in Cyprus.
Clip: S3 | 38s
How to Make Gluten-Free Pita Bread
Paul's challenge is to make twelve identical gluten-free pita breads in two hours.
Clip: S3 | 56s
Baking Bite: History of the Korovai
Korovai is a traditional Ukrainian wedding bread that is lavishly decorated.
Baking Bite: History of the Macaron
Originally created by late 18th century nuns, the French later made the filled macaron.
How to Work with Meringue
Mary's challenge to the bakers involves a medley of European cakes.
Clip: S3 | 54s
The Secret to a Perfect French Baguette
It's Bread Week and Paul is testing the bakers on the classic French baguette.
Clip: S3 | 50s
Baking Bite: History of the Biscuit
The Pearl biscuit allowed dough to rise creating a soft, crumbly texture.
How to Make Perfect Arlettes
Learn about arlettes, the technical challenge for the Biscuits episode of Season 3.
Clip: S3 | 40s
Baking Bite: History of Mrs. Isabella Beeton
Discover the "scandalous" secret about the mother of Victorian domestic cuisine.
Meet the Bakers: Sandy
Sandy has a 27 year old son, and spends much time helping her sister and disabled niece.
Clip: S3 | 39s
How to Make the Perfect Walnut Cake
See what Mary looks for in the perfect walnut cake.
Clip: S3 | 37s
Meet the Bakers: Tamal
Tamal is an anaesthetic doctor at a hospital in Manchester.
Clip: S3 | 34s
Meet the Bakers: Dorret
Dorret works in a gadget-free kitchen. Her only concession is an electric hand whisk.
Clip: S3 | 48s
Meet the Bakers: Mat
Mat has been a London firefighter for 7 years and began baking on his days off.
Meet the Bakers: Ian
Ian is a travel photographer who routinely works with the Dalai Lama.
Meet the Bakers: Flora
Flora, 19, is an assistant at a contemporary art gallery and about to study art history.
Clip: S3 | 32s
Meet the Bakers: Paul
Paul has been a prison governor for 26 years after formerly working at Buckingham Palace.
Clip: S3 | 24s